The sound of the waves from far away. The wind is sweeping a field of everlasting flowers. The sun heats the spicy, almost syrupy scent of these yellow flowers. The waves are caressing the dune. The wind picks up the sand in warm, leather, heady gusts — Incense? Myrrh? Grains of sand are twirling, incandescent. The rocks weep, the Akigalawood and Mandarin bring minerals and freshness. The air becomes… captivating.
Jupiter’s immense moon Ganymede is known to have an underground ocean vaster than all of earth’s oceans put together. The perfume’s creators, Marc-Antoine Barrois and Quentin Bisch, have imagined it here in a world with an atmosphere so brimming with aromatics that it becomes combustible.
While Ganymede eau de parfum is a soft and mineral leather scent, Ganymede Extrait is a spicy and hot leathery fragrance. The original formula has been deepened with overdosed Immortelle flowers and an addition of myrrh and incense. This precious fragrance is as sophisticated as it is sensual.
Notes: everlasting flower, incense, myrrh, Safraleine, Akigalawood, mandarin